Virgin food-grade polyethylene material is used to fabricate HDPE pipes, and as a result, they are safe for the transfer of potable water. It is also resistant to many chemicals, promoting its use in process plants or around corrosive or acidic environments. All this without needing to pay for protective coatings or galvanizing, as is required on steel pipes! As HDPE has a very low thermal conductivity, it can maintain more uniform temperatures compared to metal pipes. When carrying fluids, this will significantly reduce any need for insulation to control condensation around the pipeline.

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